2016 Putzmeister BSF 42-5.16H

Putzmeister BSF 42-5.16H Generation 2 Concrete Pump, mounted on a DAF CF85, 8×4, Euro 5 chassis. Also available on Mercedes Benz and MAN
Boom is a 42metre, 5 stage, Roll Z configuration, 125mm (5inch) Esser Twin wall pipeline, fitted with End hose Squeezer. Boom is fitted with Putzmeisters unique OSS – One Side Support. Smallest outrigger footprint in the market, 7.5m front to front outrigger, 7.9m rear outriggers, or OSS = 4.8m on front and 6.2m on rear.
Pump is a 16H Kit, which has 160 cubic metre per hour output, 85 bar hydraulic pressure, 230mm x 2100 concrete cylinders. Putzmeister radio remote with digital display, with spare remote and cord.

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Tieman Unveiles PBS Approved 20m B-double Tanker

Tieman has recently unveiled PBS-approved 20m B-double bulk liquid combinations that offer significant payload gains for the bulk tanker transport market.

Using the Conventional Mass Limits (CML) network, it can reach 59.75 tonnes, and importantly according to Tieman it is also approved to run on General Access routes with a 50.5-tonne limit.

“Our new Tieman tri-bogie combination is a game changer for the bulk liquid segment of the industry, as it can provide payload gains between eight and 12 per cent compared to a conventional 19m B-double on HML routes,” says Joint Managing Director, Colin Tieman.

According to Colin, the eight to 12 per cent increase is the result of reducing tare weight – “a major reason why we they are able to achieve such a huge net payload advantage on the 20m design,” he explained.


Callaghan Placing Boom 36m

Callaghan 2015 KB-M36R placing boom is the latest from KCP Concrete Pumps

* 36m Horizontal Reach.
* 4 Section Roll Fold Boom
* 415v electric motor
* Pinned columns (no bolts or special tools required for assembly.)
* HBC radio control
* 2 x 10m Columns
* 1 x Cross Base
* 3 x Ladder Sections
* 1 x Working Platform
* 1 x Climbing Cylinder Set
* 3 x Floor Collars
* Pipeline to the base of the columns

Have a range of placing boom available from 18m to 60m as well as stationary pumps from 60m3h to 120m3h and 224 bar concrete pressure.


2010 Kenworth T908 For Sale

An excellent truck with good engine, excellent choice for an owner driver.

Cummins ISX engine @ 525hp, 18spd Roadranger, 46,000lb Diffs, Rear cross lock, 50″ Bunk with left and right doors, ABS Brakes, Cruise, Red Dot Cooler, Viesa Cooler,Tilt Steering, AM/FM Radio CD Player, UHF, CB Radio, Dolly Pull, Back Up Lights, Stainless tank trims with lights, Elephants ears, Bug deflector, Bonnet wind deflector.

Located in Victoria

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History of Volvo Construction Equipment

Volvo Construction Equipment, started in 1832, is the world’s oldest industrial company still active in the construction machinery market. Today, Volvo CE is a world leader for the design, engineering and manufacturing of equipment for industry and construction. Volvo machines are recognised as being the world leader for quality, safety, comfort and reliability.


Industrial development of the old agricultural ways was accelerated in the mid-1800s. Ideas and innovations grew from the technical talent of regular farm owners solving their everyday problems with mechanical solutions. Three technical genius in particular, Johan Theofron Munktell and the brothers Jean and Carl Gerhard Bolinder built up the company of Bolinder-Munktell which today is Volvo Construction Equipment.

From the beginning, the company produced on demand for customers like simple tools for lathes, grinders and iron chests. In the 1850s Bolinder started producing its own steam engines and in 1853 the first Swedish steam locomotive was produced but the big seller starting that same year was the locomobile – a type of steam-powered traction engine for heavy haulage and driving mobile machinery. Munktell in particular was a innovative genius designing a printing press, tooling machines, drills and even started his own brewery.

In 1906 the first of the companies many construction machines saw the light of day, the steam roller. Following the steam roller was the first Swedish farm tractor that came a few year later in 1913. Even from very early in both the Bolinder company as well as Munktells engines were a large part of the production. Together with Palmcrantzs Verkstäder, J & CG Bolinders Mekaniska Verkstads Bolinder-Munktell even built a steam powered submarine between 1879 and 1883.

In 1950s Bolinder-Munktell was acquired by Volvo and this began one of the most innovative periods in the company’s history. The Wheel-loader was created by reversing a tractor and adding a bucket over the rear larger wheels. Then in the 1960s Volvo introduced the world’s first articulated hauler – the Gravel Charlie. By 1985 Volvo had entered the North American market and soon after South America and later with the opening up of Europe acquired many industrial producers through out the region and even became a pioneering investor in Korea in the late 80s.

Today Volvo Construction Equipment is a global group and one of the world’s leading manufacturers of trucks, buses, construction equipment and marine and industrial engines – truly a global powerhouse that sprung from the very beginnings of the industrial revolution.

2012 Isuzu FVZ 1400 long

2012 Isuzu FVZ 1400 Tipper

– Mine Spec
– Certified ROPS/FOPS
– 11m3 Hardox Body
– 14t Payload
– 12V & 24V Jump Start Receptacles
– Wheel Chocks
– UHF Radio
– Whip Flag
– Canvas Seat Covers
– Battery Isolator
– Starter Isolator
– Amber Beacon
– 9kg External Fire Extinguisher
– 1kg Internal Fire Extinguisher
– Wheel Nut Tension Indicators
– Park Brake Alarm
– Auto Headlights On
– First Aid Kit
– Breakdown Triangle Kits
– NW Window Tinting

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The Power of Concrete Pumps

Concrete Pumps in Construction

Concrete Pumping is an efficient and reliable method of placing concrete. A pump works by one piston drawing liquid concrete into one cylinder while the another one simultaneously pushes its concrete out into the discharge pipes. Each time the piston pushes the concrete out a valve switches over and the second piston pushes concrete out while the first draws it in. This ensures a smooth constant flow. The pistons generate the differential in atmospheric pressure required to drag the viscous liquid in and significant force to expel it.

Concrete pump can be attached to a truck or longer units are on semi-trailers. This is known as a boom concrete pump when using a remote-controlled articulating arm to accurately place concrete. Boom pumps are used on mostly on the larger construction projects as they are capable of pumping at very high volumes. They also reduce the necessity for ground-based pipes which are time consuming and often difficult install and require extra labour.

The other type of concrete pump is commonly referred to as a line pump requiring steel or flexible concrete placing hoses to be manually attached to the outlet of the pump. By linking them together concrete can be manually placed. This is time-consuming and they usually pump concrete at lower volumes than boom pumps. Usually not used in construction they are often used for smaller volume concrete placing such as swimming pools, new concrete slabs or concrete patching.

The biggest advantage of boom pumps is their pinpoint accuracy and capacity to deliver concrete to areas that might not be easily or safely accessed. In 1986, Putzmeister 52Z’s were used in the Chernobyl nuclear accident, pumping over 400,000 cubic yards of concrete to entomb reactor number 4. In 2011 Putzmeister 70z and 62z were used on the Fukishima Nuclear reactor to pump seawater to cool the reactor.

The Concrete Pump was particularly important in revolutionising the construction of high rise buildings replacing lift large buckets (or skips) full of concrete via a crane. However a crane could lift one bucket at a time. The ease and speed of pumping concrete makes it the most economical method of concrete placement.

Schwing 61-58SX Boom Pump in Action

Freightliner Coronado 114 Specs



This truck is all about maximising loads. A short bumper to back of cab, set forward front axle, low tare and big bore engine, Freightliner’s new Coronado 114 is a truck is designed and built to excels in specific roles. Created for Australian’s extreme weather conditions with big chrome grille and side-stacks it looks as good as it performs.


The powerful and proven big bore Detroit Diesel DD15 is an engine that is built on reliability. Available from 475 – 560 hp with no engine hardware change the DD15 can deliver the troque when you need it.

Engines Available

  • 475 hp (354 kW), 1,650 lb-ft
  • 505 hp (377 kW), 1,650 lb-ft
  • 500 hp (373 kW), 1,850 lb-ft
  • 530 hp (395 kW), 1,850 lb-ft
  • 560 hp (418 kW), 1,850 lb-ft

Other Drivetrain Features
Donaldson PowerCore air filter with dual pre-filters.
Horton 2 speed DriveMaster Polar Extreme fan clutch.
Eaton UltraShift Plus with SmartShift™ paddle.
Eaton twin disc self adjusting clutch with Aluminium housing
227 litre Fuel tanks


Featuring double door seals, noise abatement material and thermal insulation isolation, the driver is kept from the noise and dust outside. To dampen road irregularities a ‘pillow block’ front cab mount is used.

Choose from a Day Cab or two Sleepers ranging from a roomy 34” single to a huge 58” XT sleeper – XT stands for extra tall! Freightliner’s famous flat floor means plenty of headroom. Coronado 114 cabs are made of light but strong aluminium so they not only deliver a low tare-weight but also exceed Europe’s stringent crash test standard.

A high-backed, air dampened seat with lumbar support and a fully adjustable chrome and leather steering wheel means the driver comfort has been kept in mind. Obligatory air-conditioning and heating included standard. The injection-moulded two-tone dashboard with wood grain features and studded vinyl or cloth trims in either studded vinyl or cloth round out a cabin that is as aesthetically appealing as comfortable.

Coronado 114

Basin Mixer Taps

Della Francesca Modern Basin Mixer – exceptional quality.

The clean straight lines of this basin mixer, lever and back plate — along with a brilliant chrome finish — are ideal for any modern bathroom. The accessory has a height of 100mm and a width of 220mm. The tap extends out 173mm.


Concrete Batching Plant

Description Concrete batching plant and truck for sale. Price includes truck. Agitator in excellent condition. Please phone for more Info. Product Details Price $70,000* Make Concrete Batching Plant Item Condition Good Category Concrete Equipment Sub-category Batching Plant Reference Code 3025774 Last Modified Date 26/09/2014 Seller Details Suburb Hillston State New South Wales Postcode 2675

Wacker Neuson Helicopter Trowel For Sale

Wacker Neuson CT24-4A Walk-behind Trowel Edging trowel offers job site solution Specifically designed for up to the edge finishing, this compact trowel eliminates hand work along walls. This machine improves productivity and quality while providing more ergonomics for the operator. Offering better floating and finishing capabilities along wall lines and obstacles, Wacker Neuson’s edging trowel delivers an unmatched solution to the concrete job site.